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It’s that time again campers, and I absolutely love this weeks questions. But before we get to the questions, a quick reminder that April 25th is the official reveal of The Certainty of Deception cover! If any bloggers wish to get involved, please fill out this form
. Now with that out of the way, here we go…
1. Scenario: A Hollywood producer is interested in your book. Can you come up with an enticing logline (plot summary of 25 words or less)?
Heaven help me. This is as hard as writing a synopsis. LOL. Let’s see. After the miscarriage of her son, McKenzie Evans lost her way. She left her boyfriend, moved in with her best friend, and met the perfect guy. Only one problem, the perfect guy was dating her best friend. With the help of fate and circumstance, McKenzie journeys down a path of unrequited love and denied feelings. In the end she must make a choice between her heart and her conscience….how does that sound? 😉
2. Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?
I always create my dream cast before starting a story. It makes things much easier for me to keep appearances in mind as I write. Plus, it’s fun to think about who would play your characters.For this question, I’ll stick to the four main characters of The Truth in Lies.For Drew, I’d choose Chris Pine. That smile, those eyes, not to mention his cocky personality and flare for comic relief, he’d make my perfect Drew.
Reese Witherspoon is the perfect embodiment of McKenzie. Sweet southern girl with a great smile and a cheery disposition. She’s funny and capable of handling both comedy and drama. I absolutely love her!
I’d choose Emily Blunt as Olivia. Think Devil Wears Prada and you can totally see her play Olivia. HAHA!
And last but not least is Jared. When I started writing TTiL, I used Paul Walker as my dream guy. I still see Paul as Jared, but alas, the Lord decided to take Paul from this world all too soon. So, I would probably request Chad Michael Murray. He has that surfer boy look that completely fits Jared.
3. Does the storyline of your novel compare with any films out there?
I’ve been told that it could be compared, in a way, to Something Borrowed. Best friends, one sweet and kind, the other selfish and needy, both fall in love with the same guy. Problem is, which one does he choose? The circumstances are different, but I agree its a good comparison.
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